TeamCity 10.0.3 has arrived
We are happy to announce the arrival of TeamCity 10.0.3 (build #42434), a bugfix release containing over 200 improvements.
We’ll mention a few of them:
– We added a filter by agent pool to the build time report (this can help you analyze which project or build configuration consumes most of the pool resources)
– If you want to experiment with project settings in Kotlin-based DSL, you can now do it without disabling the UI: use the Actions menu in the project administration area to download the settings in this format as a .zip archive and use them in your sandbox
– TeamCity now properly detects Visual Studio 15 and Java 9 on agents
– We finally open-sourced the Dockerfiles used to prepare TeamCity server and agent images (see TW-46505 for details)
This version introduces a number of performance and security fixes, so it is recommended you upgrade your TeamCity to the latest version.
The full list of fixes is available in our Release notes.
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